According to The Sunday Times, Tory MP Andrew MacKay, who was forced to step down along with his wife Julie Kirkbride, is set for a commons pension worth £1.4m.
Douglas Hogg, the Tory MP who claimed to have his moat cleaned on expenses, is in line for a £1.25m pension after 30 years in office.
Anthony Steen has the equivalent of a £1.2m pension pot according to the paper and Treasury select committee member Peter Viggers, who claimed for a duck house for his pond, is sitting on a £1.1m pot.
Labour MPs such as Elliot Morley, who claimed for a mortgage that had already been paid off, will also do well. The Sunday Times reports Morley’s pension pot to be worth £949,400.
Meanwhile Margaret Moran, who famously claimed to treat dry rot at her Southampton home despite being MP for Luton, can expect a pension worth £551,623 after 13 years in the job.